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Sixth vision: an angel pours out the second vial and the sea is filled with drowned men; an angel pours out the third vial turning the waters into blood; John listens as angels announce the judgment of God.

Rubric and full-page miniature showing Moses, Pharaoh, and the rain of blood.

Miniature showing 1. Faustina lying naked and smiling in bed, as an attendent rubs her down with blood; 2. Faustina, wearing crown, stands before Aurelius, a priest, and others; 3. Aurelius observing the construction of temple. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing Seneca, lying dead in the bloody water of his tub, his arm hanging over the side; Pompeia, still alive, kneels in her tub holding a knife point to the inside of her elbow as blood spreads through the water. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing 1. the centaur Nessus pierced by the arrow of Hercules following his attempt to abduct Deianaira, who takes tunic covered in the centaur's blood; 2. Servant presents the tunic to Hercules in his bedroom. Initial, rubric, border design.

67 CE: Titus captures Gamala in a battle so fierce that the whole city is deluged with blood.

North America performed under the patronage of Louis Duke of Orleans, First Prince of the Blood by the Sieur d'Anville

Tormentilla Sylvestris = Tormentilla = Tormentille. [Blood root, Shepherd's Knot, English Sarasaparilla, Ewe Daisy]

Astrantica major corona floris candida = Astrantia = La fanicle femelle. [Hadspen blood, Great masterwort]

Solanoides Americana, Circeæ foliis canescentibus = Rivina humilis racemosa baccis puniceil. [rouge plant; pigeon berry; blood berry; baby pepper]

Blood, Isaiah

Blood, Isaiah

Blood, Isaiah

Blood, Isaiah

Blood, Isaiah

Blood, Isaiah

Blood's cottage.

Blood's cottage.

Blood's and Tillinghast's.

Blood's and Tillinghast's.

The Little Iron Ute Spring, in Ingleman's Cañon famous for its tonic and blood purifuing qualities.(At foot of Pikes's Peak, Colo.)

The Little Iron Ute Spring, in Ingleman's Cañon famous for its tonic and blood purifuing qualities.(At foot of Pikes's Peak, Colo.)

Res. of Mrs. I. Blood, Bloodville, Milton, N.Y.

Residence of Hon. Burt Chaffee, Springville, N.Y. ; Residence of E. D. Bement No.55 Main St. Springville N.Y. ; Residence of Mr. S. Blood, Marilla, N.Y. ; Furnture Flour & Feed, Store., Residence of Mr. A. W. Gould, Dry Goods and Grocery Store. ; Philip D. Riley; Residence of Mr. Philip D. Riley, Holland, N.Y.

Lebanon coast near the mouth of the Adonis river. The iron-stained soil of the sandstone strata is annually washed down into the river by the heavy winter rains, and the discolored stream can be traced far out into the blue sea. This gave rise to the belief that the river was tinged with the blood of Adonis, every year in memory of his death.

The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.

Full page miniature of the betrayal of Christ by Judas; in the background Peter sheathes his sword, as Malchus lies on the ground with blood streaming from his ear.

The shooting of Major Pitcairn (who had shed the first blood at Lexington) by the colored soldier Salem.

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